Welcome to Shelmore Timber

Let’s talk about the wood…

We are passionate about timber…

 

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Our primary consideration during these times is to ensure the health and wellness of our staff, customers, suppliers and community. We are following the guidelines our Government has issued, and ensuring we adhere to all recommendations and changes that are being advised. We are welcoming visitors, but do ask that anyone wanting to visit, calls or emails us prior, so we can welcome you, but also ensure we don’t have too many visitors on site at the same time. Please email us at sales@shelmoretimber.co.uk or telephone 01785 284718.

 

 

Shelmore Timber sawmill

Our Sawmill

The Finest Timbers, Sustainably Sourced

               

We pride ourselves on producing the very best-quality timber for posterity. Our timber is sawn to size and cut on site. The best quality pieces are cut on our Mebor 1200 saw, meticulously stored, air dried and then finished in a wood kiln to produce constant top quality, ready-to-use timber.

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The Finest Timbers, Sustainably Sourced

We are based near Norbury Junction on the border of Staffordshire and Shropshire.

 

We stock a wide range of native hardwoods and softwoods as well as carefully selected West African timbers.

 

Our UK species timber is sourced from our own managed mature woodlands on the 1,500-acre Norbury Park and Ranton Estates, where we have over half a million trees (oak, beech, sycamore, larch, sweet chestnut, etc.) The focus of the estate is on sustainability and forest resilience, with over 100 different species having been planted. The woodlands produce around 1500 tons of new wood per year.

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Provenance & Sustainability

Timber Provenance

Due to the extensive and detailed planting and harvesting records maintained by the Norbury Park Estates over the past centuries, we can provide unparalleled provenance for the timber we supply and be self-sufficient in the supply of our stock.

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Forest Management

Sustainability & Growth, for the Future
This comprises of two aspects; the sustainability of the older woodlands and the growth of the younger ones to maturity.

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Land Management

The non-wooded land comprises of 600 acres of arable, 100 acres of pasture and 50 acres being used for environmental purposes. The arable land has been intensively cultivated for over 30 years and is now being left to grass for a five-year period, which will allow soil regeneration under a no-till plan.

Land Management
Land management

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